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Thanks to John Armour, Welcome to John Rao

posted by Bob Lawless

This week, we welcome John Rao as a guest blogger. Rao is a staff attorney with the National Consumer Law Center who focuses on bankruptcy and consumer credit issues. He is a national leader in his field, and his contributions are widely known across the community of bankruptcy professionals. We welcome the perspectives of this well-known practitioner.

Also, we wanted to extend our thanks to John Armour, the Lovells Professor of Law & Finance at Oxford University. Armour joined us for the past two weeks, offering his thoughts from a UK perspective on corporate bankruptcy matters. We hope that our readers found his contributions insightful, and perhaps we introduced Armour's excellent work to a new audience. Credit Slips readers will want to keep an eye out for Armour's massive empirical study of insolvency laws across countries.


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